Does Stanton Deserve Brunt of Yankee Blame Game?

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Does Stanton Deserve Brunt of Yankee Blame Game?
Does Stanton Deserve Brunt of Yankee Blame Game?

The minute the New York Yankees lost the American League Division Series to the Boston Red Sox, the blame game started. Was it the fault of rookie manager Aaron Boone? How about starting pitcher Luis Severino? Or maybe Aaron Judge, who missed seven weeks with a broken wrist and wasn't the same when he returned. But most Yankee fans were pointing the finger squarely in the direction of Giancarlo Stanton, acquired last December 11 for the express purpose of pushing the pinstripes back into the World Series for the first time since 2009. The Stanton deal looked like a steal: the Miami Marlins moved the slugger to the Bronx for infielder Starlin Castro and two unknown minor-leaguers, Jose Devers

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